A landmark talent development and commissioning programme supported by Arts Council England through its Ambition for Excellence scheme has been announced by FutureEverything. The Manchester based arts and technology festival announce the opening of the application period for FAULT LINES on Friday 7th October.
FutureEverything has announced a series of new programme additions, including new commissions, installations, conference speakers, film screenings and live events, as the pioneering digital culture festival celebrates its 20th anniversary and it looks uber cool.
Are you a developer, coder or data activist? Do you relish the challenge of getting to grips with public datasets and creating applications, services and insight for the benefit of all?
Following on from the success of Routes to the Future Innovation Challenge where 80 creative coders came together for 48 hours to build applications from Transport from Greater Manchester’s data; FutureEverything as part of the groundbreaking Greater Manchester Data Synchronisation Programme (GMDSP) brings you another weekend of code - 16:00 29th – 20:00 30th March 2014 at TechHub Manchester
The FutureEverything Festival is just around the corner in fact there are festival related events taking place now. Plus there will be a huge amount of activity across Manchester for what is the foremost Arts and technology event outside of London. Now in its umteenth year Future Everything really does have something for everyone and if you have never been before you should go, either to experience the artwork across the city, the conference or the workshops. Below are some workshop highlights - we have limited capacity, so advanced signup is highly recommended.